American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- v. To cause (a group, party, state, or sect) to become unified again after being divided.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To bring back to a state of unity or union.
- v. unify again, bring back together after separation
- v. unify again, as of a country
“Second, improving cross-Strait ties aside, Beijing still intends to "reunify" Taiwan with the mainland, by force if necessary.”
“And China, which has never renounced what it says is its right to "reunify" Taiwan by force, feels just as bound to protest when arms deals go through.”
“As these three examples demonstrate, the "one-China principle" has been used by the PRC as a means of waging its "legal warfare" to incorporate Taiwan and to accomplish its bottom-line goal of de jure unification, as explicitly stated by its declared intent to use military force if necessary under the "anti-secession law" of 2005 to "reunify" Taiwan.”
“That concerns Beijing, which wants to reunify the island with the People's Republic.”
“But the conclusion followed, considering the aversion of the Romulan government—of both Romulan governments—to his efforts to reunify their people with their Vulcan cousins.”
“That did not surprise Spock, since his efforts—and all efforts—to reunify the Vulcan and Romulan peoples had been deemed illegal long ago by the Romulan government.”
“The long-delayed presidential election was intended to help reunify the nation but instead unleashed months of violence.”
“Turkey says the Greek Cypriot drilling can derail long-running talks to reunify the island.”
“The war ended on April 30, 1975 when northern Communist forces seized control of the South's capital, then called Saigon, to reunify the country.”
“Ivory Coast was divided into a rebel-controlled north and a loyalist south by a 2002-2003 civil war, and the long-delayed presidential election was intended to help reunify the nation.”
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